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Global Warming Debate

discusses global warming, policy struggles to address it, international efforts, the idea of a cap-and-trade system, and more. Interactive features show how much CO2 different cars produce and how populations around the world may have to adapt to climate changes in 100 years. (NewsHour, National Science Foundation)

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Interesting Fact:

After months of traveling through space, in May 2006 the Venus Express settled into orbit around the second planet from the sun. Its mission: to provide scientists with data about Venus' runaway greenhouse effect that makes it the hottest planet in the solar system.
Image of man Pumping gas

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